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strong laws, stronger than jessica's law. >> you actually don't have strong laws. you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. >> bill: what is going on in the state of colorado? it doesn't want to passjessicat kids but it does want to legalize marijuana and impose new restrictions on gun ownership. we'll have a follow-up on that. also tonight, dennis miller on dennis rodman, alan colmes, and the obama administration telling the kids they can't come to the white house. >> what are you, nuts? get out of here. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. enough, enough. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. lots of folks talking about my shootout with alan colmes last night where i asked him what specific, specific budget cuts president obama has proposed. colmes himmed and hawaiied saying the president promising to cut medicare or something. but the truth is president obama has not put forth any specific federal spending cuts. it's all a bunch of general
strong laws, stronger than jessica's laws. >> you actually don't have strong laws a guy molested 10 kids at a day care center and only got two years in prison. >> you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. [thunder] >> bill: state of colorado won't even vote on jessica's law. one man is preventing the vote. jesse watters caught up with speaker of the house, mark ferdino. >> you have been pushing gay legislation, pot legalization, you are not protecting the kids from sexual predators and passing jesse's law. why is that? >> bill: a factor investigation. colorado's shame. >> this is america we are talking about at a critical time. fiddling. >> bill: mitt romney upset about the ongoing budget chaos in america. the question is can anything be done about it? talking points will address the issue. >> human being, is there anybody there willing to help this lady and not let her die? >> not at this time. >> bill: in california, a nurse would let an elderly woman die rather than put job at risk. what does that say about america? juan and mary katharine on that. entern, you where to the no spi
for sticking with us this hour. this weekend at harvard law school, the official who just stepped down as the top lawyer in the pentagon weighed in on the next big civil rights cases that are coming up before the supreme court. this month the court is going to be hearing arguments on same-sex marriage under the law. and former pentagon general counsel jay johnson told the black law students association at harvard, quote, our gay brothers and sisters who are in the struggle for marriage equality right now in the state legislatures and in the courts of this country are marching step by step the same road toward equal treatment under law that we know so well. their cause is our cause. he went on to explain his view that the impact of laws banning equal marriage rights would be particularly -- and are now particularly cruel and unfair, in his words, to people who are serving in the u.s. military. the same argument is made by iraq and afghanistan veterans of america in a brief that they have filed, along with a number of other former military officials with the supreme court about one of th
of the law. the question of pulling the bank's license is a question for the regulators. >> so you have no opinion on that. you sit in treasury and you try to enforce these laws and i've read all of your testimony. you tell me how vigorously you want to enforce these laws, but you have no opinion on when it is that a bank should be shut down for money laundering? not even an opinion? >> of course we have views on -- >> that's what i asked you for. your views? >> then she pressed another government witness for an answer. >> so what you're saying to me is you're responsible for these bank. and, again, i heard your testimony. you talked about the importance of vigorous investmented here. but you're telling me you have no view when it's appropriate to consider to raise the question whether or not these banks should have to close? >> i'll tell you exactly when it's appropriate. it's appropriate when there's a criminal conviction. >> so you have no view on it until after the justice department has done it? >> again, the justice makes that decision. we play our role in that. we have a constant
for "early start." >> "starting point" starts now. >>> welcome, everybody. today, osama bin laden's son-in-law caught and brought to new york under a shroud of secrecy. what happens next? >>> and details on how a lion killed a young woman. that wild animal wasn't where it belonged. former president clinton urging the supreme court to overturn a law he signed when he was in the white house. >> holy dow! we are counting down to a key report about jobs now less than two hours away. >> forget the right to bear arms. one small american town is about to make it mandatory. a gun for every house and every family. >>> plus, a first look at hollywood's risky bet on a brand new "wizard of oz." is the yellow brick road paved with box office gold? >> and talk about this morning the mom who found her 7-year-old daughter's diet list. we'll chat with dara-lynn weiss. we had a her here talking about her daughter's struggle with obesity. tommy davidson, actor and comedian, joins us. and abbie cornish joins us later. it's friday, march 8. "starting point" begins now. >>> welcome, everybody. our "starting point"
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and appropriate under the constitution and applicable laws of the united states for the president to authorize the militia tar to use lethal force within the territory of the united states. holder's response seems to crystallize, the worst fears of many of the administration's targeted killing policy. and the broad assertion of presidential power that undergirds. paul seized on that wednesday summarizing his exchange withholder on the floor. >> when i asked the president, you can kill an american on american soil, it should have been an easy answer. it's an easy question. it should have been a resounding and unequivocal no. the president's response, he hasn't killed anyone yet. we're supposed to be comforted by that. the president says i haven't killed anyone yet. he goes on to say, and i have no intention of killing americans. but i might. is that enough? are we satisfied by that? >> on thursday, attorney general holder responded to paul's filibuster by clarifying the administration's position. it's come to my attention that you have now asked an additional question, does the president have t
to residency. for him, jeb bush argues this isn't about the particular but to get it signed into law. >> so do you think there's a significant difference between marco rubio who clearly is on board for a path way to citizenship? >> there is a difference in terms of the proposal that jeb bush makes but i think ultimately if jeb bush were in the senate or were the president, i don't think it would matter. i think he's showing that he's flexible. some might call it a flip-flop and as far as jeb bush is concerned, we need to do something, something needs to be accomplished. he doesn't seem to be bothered by the criticism. his position is, look, the system we have right now does not work. whatever we come forward and propose as a solution is better than the unworkable reality of today. >> we'll have more during the 6:00 p.m. hour including the possibility, he's leaving it open, that he may run for presidency in 2016. is there a third bush potentially in the run for president? we'll talk about that. thank you, jake. >> thank you, wolf. >>> two states have legalized drug use. washington needs to crac
are -- they have the absolute right to choice. and it is the law of the land. so that is where we are with that subject. now, on the gay rights, here is how i feel about that. ten years ago, this was a huge issue, absolutely huge issue. ten years from now it will not be a huge issue. it's the fastest movement of a wave of understanding, of pure rights and equal protection under the law. >> even in south carolina you think there has been an attitude change? >> there has definitely been an attitude change in south carolina. and we see it moving rapidly, as a matter of fact. now south carolina is a state that does not -- does not allow same-sex marriage. but we'll see where that takes us in ten years. there is a definite movement, a definite change of attitude in south carolina, yes. >> okay. let's say you win the primary, and then it's, of course, i would pick maybe mark sanford on the other side. i don't know what the polling is there, but it would certainly be great to see you defeat him. could you defeat him? >> well, ed, let me be really clear about something first. we have got
, even though federal law still says it's illegal. the search for a pot czar, though, continues and there we go again, high interest in the position. >> dude! i love washington. >> reporter: where's my czar? as in marijuana consultant. in washington state after seminars and a lengthy search, they still haven't hired a marijuana advisor because they have been swamped with qualified applicants. the state liquor control board says it received 98 bids to become the consultant on implementing washington's landmark legalization of pot initiative 502. entrepreneurs are waiting for guidance. donte jones wants his business, green ambrosia, to become a 5200 square foot marijuana superstore. for now, jones sells only to customers with medical prescriptions. deadhead og, critical cush and amnesia haze. sales for recreational use become legal at the end of this year as a result of the ballot proposal's passage. >> the change in public perception since that november vote has been just dramatic. >> reporter: the marijuana consultant, law degree preferred, will advise on growing, transporting a
. >> the gun companies cannot be sued for that. congress in 2005 passed a specific law to give gun companies immunity for lawsuits for how they're products get used. that is not on the agenda to get discussed? however he talks about protecting your family at the end of the world the fight against gun reform is about the gun makers fun the s fund the m. it is all about protecting the gun makers from becoming the foe k cus themselves. the court is very important. the nominee is named caitlin halligan and is widely seen as qualified for the job. this is why they blocked the nomination. quoting senate republicans, in new york versus sterman ruger miz halligan argued to uses of hand gun used in the tate. attempting to hold gun manufacturers liable. they will not be held liable for the products they sell and they will not argue that publicly. they have the nra to do it for them and they stay in the shadows. at bottom this is them protecting themselves. it is heat shield politics and they got held accountable and the country changed because of it. and more americans are alive because of it. and the
. i know what we do know. i bet you that this facility laid down the law to all its employees, don't do this. don't do that. because you could be sued. and we don't want -- we want to go outside this narrow area -- we don't want to go outside this narrow area at all because we worry about a lawsuit. you know that's the case. >> if that is the case, it's reprehensible. particularly in california one would think that a patient in a healthcare facility would have their life saved and the healthcare facility would not be concerned about a lawsuit -- charles: the woman who made the 911 call at this point she's got to feel like, you know, totally distraught. does she have a lawsuit against her employer? stuart: good one. >> i don't know who made the 911 call. she doesn't have a lawsuit against her -- charles: she could say my employer stopped me from helping this woman, i thought i would be under some legal jeopardy, and it turns out i wouldn't have been and now i have to live this for the rest of my life. >> the only conceivable lawsuit is the estate of the woman who died. the woman is
unemployment rate of the obama's presidency. osama bin laden's son-in-law faces charges in a new york city courtroom near ground zero. critics say there's a et abouter way to bring him to justice. >>> and justin bieber's on-stage health scare. an ending to a bad week. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." wall street just closed another record-setting day with the dow jones industrials hitting a new all-time high. this after the release of the february jobs numbers that were much better than so many of the analysts expected. america's unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. that's the lowest level since december 2008, the month before president obama took office. the u.s. economy added 236,000 jobs last month. that's almost double the new hires in january. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange. >> the markets are happy about it. the dow, wolf, continues to make history. the strong jobs report fueling the dow. today's close marks the fourth straight all-time high this week. these bulls, they just keep on running. look at the dow. it's now 200 points above the initial high we we
. plus, usama bin laden's son-in-law. appearing in the new york courtroom. >> shepard: heavy security outside the courthouse as the accused al qaeda spokesman stood before the judge and denied that he plotted to kill americans. tonight, the controversial decision to try him blocks from the trade center site. >> why in the world is he not at guantanamo bay? this is the best way to handle brings abu ghraib to justice. >> shepard: plus the inside story of how we got him and what he was reportedly doing in iran. days after the t.s.a. decided let airplane passengers carry knives on board, we are learning more bombs can also make it past screeners. tonight, the tests that revealed the dangerous hole in airport security. new england deals with another winter storm. tonight, waves crash over sea walls. a home is lost to the ocean. and how about that foot of snow? and [bleep] >> what did you say? >> shepard: what the world set off the pop star justin beach? but first from fox this usama binht, usama bin laden's own son-in-law, his former spokesman pleads not guilty to plotting to kill american
the laws can remain, but cannot obtain the cherished fruits of citizenship. here is jeb bush, on the first stop on his book tour yesterday, on the "today" show. >> when it comes to a path to citizenship, all right, you fall short of that. you want legal residency, but -- and you want people to admit they've committed a crime by coming here illegally to pay back taxes and pay some fines, but not offer them a path to citizenship. if they do all the things you've asked of them, why not grant that right to become an american? >> because this proposal is a proposal that looks forward. and if we want to create an immigration policy that's going to work, we can't continue to make illegal immigration an easier path than legal immigration. >> that was a pretty big flip-flop from what jeb bush had to say just nine months ago. >> either a path to citizenship, which i would support, and that does put me, probably out of the mainstream of most conservatives, or a path to legalization. a path to residency, of some kind. >> jeb bush quickly got tangled up by the media in yesterday's flip-flop, and began
proposals to jump crow laws. according to the president star parker, the video is intend today remind people that a time once existed when african-americans were unable to defend themselves because of certain anti-gun measures. this ad is called "never again" and is already sparking a great deal of controversy. take a look. >> ♪ ♪ >> that's a very powerful statement, we will no doubt continue to cover this important debate in the days and weeks ahead right here on this program. that is all the time we have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. greta is standing by to go on the record. greta take it away. thanks for being with us. >> tonight, politics and pain. who will the sequester hurt most? >> in order for obama to win this sequester argument, there has to be pain. >> eventually, a lot of people are going to feel some pain. >> the american people have to experience pain in their daily lives. >> because the pain will be real. >> they want to inflict the most pain possible on the most people possible rather than going after the waste
't that what happened? ripley's law. stuart: i'm afraid you're right. and there are other stories we'll cover for you today. here is what we've got. we keep saying that the rich are leaving california because of higher taxes. they're not alone. the wall street journal alicia finley is here, and saying many lower income workers and hispanics are leaving the golden state as well. don't you wish you could choose whatever wireless provider you want and keep your phone? there's a major push to keep that happening, and why is there a push from the white house? judge napolitano. an elderly woman dies at an assisted living facility after a worker refused to perform cpr on her. the woman signed a contract knowing that's a possibility. where does top trial lawyer mark lanier stand on this one when he legality stands in the way of humanity? and just like the dow tax record 2.7 trillion dollars, all time high, why do we have a deficit of a trillion dollars a year? surely this is a spending problem, isn't it? all right, next, a former democrat senator who's seen the light on debt. when will her former col
districts by law just about now. and even the virginia senators, they have no interest in voting against this. the state government is not their government, and they are going to lose -- they're going to lose votes if they do not re-enact the voting rights act. even the name of it is wonderful. who is going to vote against that in the future? >> this time it was justice elena kagan who rebutted his arguments in her exchange with the shelby county attorney. listen to this. >> you said the problem has been solved, but who gets to make that judgment really? is it you, is it the court, or is it congress? >> well, it's certainly not me. >> that's a good answer. i was hoping you would say that. >> but i think the question is congress can examine it, congress makes a record, it is up to the court to determine whether the problem indeed has been solved and whether the new problem, if there is one -- >> well, that's a big, new power that you are giving us, that we have the power now to decide whether racial discrimination has been solved? >> dale, it occurs to me that justice scalia has had that
and that if we needed to deal with the terrorist threat in the united states, we would use local law enforcement or the fbi or other means to deal with that threat. >> let me play what the attorney general had to say because this is important. senator paul said i'm not going to halt the nomination if i get a detect answer. eric holder sent him a letter in response. eric holder did during a senate hearing this morning. here is what the attorney general said. >> what i said in the letter was that the government has no intention to carry out any drone strikes in the united states. it's hard for me to imagine a situation in which that would occur. we have within the united states the ability to use our law enforcement capacity. the use of drones is from my perspective, something that is entirely, entirely hypothetical. >> mike, entirely hypothetical and hard for me to imagine. i understand tommy's point that those seem to say no, but it's not a one-word answer. no. >> i'm glad to hear from tommy that the president has ruled this out. i was almost relieved to hear from attorney general holder he said
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that there is no limitation so where the battlefield this and that america is part of the battlefield. they want the law of worse to apply heat on the new process. of our soldiers are shooting you don't hav the allaire. you kill the enemy. in america, part of america is not the battlefield, you do get a lawyer. you dvd process if you're an america. lou: want to turnn five major to of this senior senators on the republican party. nighter then be particularly gracious, insulting as they could possibly be. saying to you, come down. much of what you are declaring, ridiculous. and as you were standing in the midst of the senate, they were having dinner with the president of the united states and ten other senators who were conducting, if you will, a bipartisan feast at the president's -- on the prpresident's time. what is your reaction to their comments? >> i think on this particular issue there on the wrong side of the history. people on a right to trial by jury, due process, the right to be indicted and charged, you really are arguing against the bill of rights. they literally have. last year we passed leg
on and unlike when the democrats were in charge. >> how about a budget? >> the law says the president was supposed to submit his budget are very poor. it is now almost march 4 and we have never seen it yet. the house has each year passed a budget. we just had paul ryan they are and the budget he will submit this time will balance in 10 years. we are going to get this right. we are going to offer the american people a plan to get the federal government in order by making smart choices and changers that will grow the economy and get on a better path. lou: does this complement the other leaders on capitol hill? what took so long? >> is a tough and challenging place. we made mistakes along the way. the important thing is that we figured out how to get this right. we have also tried to change the rules in the house to make it a morepen process. john boehner led that effort. to make sure that people could deal with it. lou: does this mean regular order will be applied to all major issues before the house of representatives? >> i certainly hope so. lou: whether it is illegal immigration, the
's center of law and justice, jay sekulow, and adjunct, from a liberal institution, mark hannan is here, guys, welcome back. >> hey, sean. >> sean: let me -- this is where we're giving ultimately 1.5 billion so let's just take the kerry promise this weekend of 450 million dollars. okay? so, we're going to give 450 million -- million taxpayer dollars to a guy that referred to the israelis as descendents of apes and pigs, he is part of the muslim brotherhood a terrorist organization, a 9/11 truther. now, i have a list hereof things that we can better spend this money on and we'll put it up on the screen, mark, like 200 million for procurement of ammunition for the army and 59 million for marshal service salaries and expenses, 53 million for food safety and inspection services. you get the point and maybe we can spend the other billion on the kids that are poor or the kids that are disabled, as the president said we had h'd be cug from. why should we give it it to him and not our own military. >> sean, there's absolutely no question that there's deserving programs listed on the screen. >>
circumstance in which it would be necessary and appropriate under the constitution and applicable laws of the united states for the president to authorize the military to use lethal force within the territory of the united states. in other words, yes. president barack obama has the ability to order the assassination of an american citizen on american soil? pretty incredible. joining me now with reaction is none other than kentucky senator rand paul. so, the president has the power to authorize lethal force, a drone strike against the u.s. citizen on u.s. soil without a trial? >> this is the same people that want today give miranda rights to enemy combatants and constitutional rights to enemy combatants? >> well, you know, i find it particularly disturbing. in fact, one of the things i actually admired about the president when he ran for office was that he believed that we should have warrants before we-- that we should have some due process, so he wants a warrant to tap your phone, but no judicial oversight to kill an american. and i think what's important about this, listen to what hi
immigration system that actions have consequences. in this case that those who violated the laws can remain but cannot obtain the cherished fruits of citizenship. to do otherwise would signal once again that people who circumvent the system can still obtain the full benefits of american citizenship. it must be a basic prerequisite for citizenship to respect the rule of law. now, that's a far cry from what he said last year, as late as last summer, presumably when he was writing this book, when he was seen as one of his party's most progressive voices on immigration. listen to what he told charlie rose back in june. >> you have to deal with this issue. you can't ignore it, and so either a path to citizenship, which i would support, and that does put me probably out of the mainstream of most conservatives, or a path to legalization, a path to residency of some kind. >> ron reagan, read the tea leaves for me. he seems more hardened now in his resolve against a path towards citizenship. you'd expect the reverse, i think, given the direction of his own party in the last couple weeks and months.
the laws can remain but cannot obtain the cherished fruits of citizenship. to do otherwise would signal once again that people who circumvent the system can still obtain the full benefit of american citizenship. let's see what he told chuck todd. let's listen to it. >> remember this is a proposal we attempted to put out prior to the election to create a consensus for conservatives to get in the game. because in november, prior to the election, we weren't even in the game. >> so you think it's possible that the path to citizenship may be included in the eventual bill and are you going to be okay with that? >> look. i think we need comprehensive reform. if there is a path to citizenship that has enough of a realization that we have to respect the rule of law -- >> so you pay real fines -- >> and a longer period of time. >> you know, my problem with the bushes that i think in many ways as family people and citizens they're fine. but they charm you. they've always charmed us. george sr. is very likable. w. when he was running everybody thought he was okay. i thought he was okay. i didn't kn
, usama bin laden's spokesman and son-in-law reportedly in custody now and in new york charged with plotting to kill americans on 9/11 and number one, after senator rand paul, 13 hour filibuster, the white house says the presidents did not have the authority to drone noncombatant united states citizen on american soil. and that's "the fox report's" top five. and on this day in 1897, doctor john kellogg served up the very first bowl of corn flakes at a health resort in battle creek, michigan. the doc was known for pushing a healthy lifestyle at the san sanitarium. his original batch of flakes had no sugar. but the doc's brother recognized the food's market value so he added some sweetness and brought the cereal to the store shelves. that led to a big fight and dr. kellogg sued his sibling for selling the flakes. doc lost. brother cashed. in his signature, even became the company's iconic logo but a breakfast staple first hit the table 116 years ago today. but without sugar. and now you know the news for this thursday, march the 7th, 2013. i'm shepard smith. back tomorrow for "st
of racial equality. of course, achieving racial equality required applications of laws, metrics and approaches that are race conscious. universities committed to diverse student bodies need to consider the ethnicity of their applicants and school districts committed to integration need to monitor and track the racial makeup of their student body. the roberts' court conservative justices have no decent from this. roberts proclaimed he found the intense involve innocent in achieving that an icky business. it is a sordid business. this divvying us up by race. roberts with the factual declaration the way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race. that sentence is a perfect distillation of the jurisprudence on race with the adolescent soft history. it's a short distance from that reasoning to asking why there isn't a white history month? roberts' history of color blindness requires the courts to simply ignore or forget the actual history of institutions and laws and traditions and cultures. the lived experience of human beings embedded
terror attack in u.s. history. now the son-in-law of osama bin laden is in the very city where al qaeda struck its deadly blow. he's now being held in new york city by federal authorities after being captured in jordan last week. cnn's crime and justice correspondent joe johns is coming in right now. what do you know? >> a member of the al qaeda inner circle, 47 years old, he's married to one of osama bin laden's daughter. he was born in kuwait but stripped from of his citizenship after the 9/11 attacks, though it's not clear at all how much, if anything, he had to do with the 9/11 attacks. he was taken into custody and held in jordan and apparently turned over to u.s. authorities only last week and that is how he made his way to new york. >> this is a guy who was a high school teacher in kuwait who shortly before 9/11 popped up in afghanistan and started, you know, speaking in videotapes, made a number of threatening comments and disappeared. he's had, as i'm air wa, no operation in al qaeda or in the decade since. obviously there are civil charges against him. >> he is expected to app
come into law as soon as next year. carolin roth is in zurich. are the swiss shooting themselves in the head here? >> well, that's hard to say. a lot of people say it could impact switzerland's competitiveness negatively, though other experts have told me this morning that the fundamental res still in place because switzerland has a very low corporate tax rate, still has the right business environment. now, also, we're going to have to wait and see. to what extent these strict pay laws are actually going to be xwlekted because some people say they could be watered down quite significantly. but what it does ensure, of course, is this, you know, lower extent of short-termism in the swiss labor market. so it ensures that no corporate executive from overseas is coming to switzerland just to get that big signing bonus. but i just want to show you what the reaction has been in the newspapers. the french daily says this is a triumph. and you see his corner office as being smashed here. now, another paper says this is the historic coop. of course, they're referencing to the person who is
cyber crime laws. their efforts to boost security inside the government. dagen: putting a wet blanket over our nation's capital. connell: time for stocks now. good morning, nicole. nicole: good morning. what a day on wall street. obviously, another exciting day for the bulls out there. you are seeing so many stocks in the green. the bank stocks doing very well. the tech heavy nasdaq is pulling back as well. the nasdaq had been down for four days. when i think of hess, i think of names like google. obviously, not a bad day for the bulls. packing onto yesterdays gains. dagen: thank you. connell: the question after the record close for the dow is how long will this rally last. dagen: we are joined by charles payne and elizabeth macdonald. charles is on every day, you, elizabeth, are not. elizabeth, what do you say? liz: this market is retracing the exact same pattern it did in 2011, 2012. he is saying, you know, watch the members of the dow. the fact that aig, citigroup, gm are no longer in the dow really matter to him. private margins will not hit the peak levels they sell in 2011 and 2
laws of the united states for the president to authorize the military to use lethal force within the territory of the united state states." >> in your letter to senator paul earlier in week you left open the possibility of using lethal force against citizens in extraordinary circumstance on u.s. soil. can you agree that no scenario is it appropriate to use arm drone on u.s. soil to strike an american citizen? >> i said the government has no intention to carry out drone strikes in the united states. it's hard for me to imagine a situation in which that would occur. >> holder said lawmakers could not flock drone use. >> congress has authority to pass a law prohibit the president's ability to use drone aircraft and use lethal force against american citizens on u.s. soil. >> i'm not sure such a bill would be constitutional. >> under pressure this week, the administration provided handful of 11 government memos that justified the expanded drop campaign. only on a restricted basis to the 15 senators on the intelligence committee. they want less secrecy from the obama administration. >>
it couldn't be done! today president obama signed into law the reauthorization of the violence against women act. finally. it took a long time, but it finally got done. and it got done in the end mostly because republican leaders in the house decided to get out of the way. look, when it passed in the house, it got more democratic votes than republican votes. that is usually not how it works. usually the party in control in the house won't allow something to come up for a vote unless their own side is for it. but in this case republican leaders in the house decided to get out of the way. they folded. and as a result we got a rare signing ceremony today in washington. i almost feel like i will jinx it if i point it out, but things are actually sort of starting to happen in washington. and they are happening, i think, to the extent that things can get done around the republican leadership in washington. look at this. this very short piece of tape. but watch carefully. >> that is him. >> that was him. >> it was? >> yeah. >> was that him? yeah, it was. really? was that him? yeah. him. the him in
named topics that have been out there, whether it's investor money coming in or whether it's laws coming out of washington, those headlines have been hot. so i think investors have kind of sled to that sector there especially how easy it is to get baskets of stocks in those sectors through the individual etf. liz: yeah, it's so interesting to watch as we start to at least find a firmer footing when it comes to the economy and see what that really does. thank you very much, gentlemen. good to see you all. any time on the floor show, you are always welcome. if the markets look better, most likely your 401(k)s, your portfolios look better, so will you all still be hitting the big box discount stores? costco came out with some information saying its february same-store sales rose 6%. the street had them looking for an increase of just under 5%. but battling it tooth and nail, wal-mart. wal-mart did cite weakness in february when it posted fourth quarter results. so if you had to pick one of the two to own, should it be costco which right now is moving slightly lower on the tape? it's time fo
changes to the laws, perhaps even the constitution, that you are de facto aiding and abetting any mass shooting. and it's felt like this from immediately, like there were people out there who never did like the second amendment, and they found an opportunity to go ahead and make this sort of harsh, you know, move against people who rightfully own guns. and by the way, 99 percent of these lawful gun owners don't commit any crimes. so i do think it is finger pointing -- >> well, if you let me say something, i don't know about the other people, all i know about is this legislation -- charles: but what's the purpose for the anger management course? >> it doesn't point fingers at anyone. it does no ban any guns. it does not ban any ammunition. it just ss let's look inside and see what triggers, what triggers may be, may be that would cause me to reach for my gun. charles: okay, senator gibson, what if i have an anger management issue? can i have a gun? i've never committed a crime, i've never hurt anyone, but i fly off the handle every now and then. can i have a gun under your rules? >> the
is not even a human being. >> there are good samaritan laws in the state of california to protect against that. gerri: what do they say? >> she did not have a do not resuscitate order. therefore this nurse would've been protected had she have intervened. that is what you need to do. gerri: you know what it reminds me of? last week we had a story of how medicare is funding even some of the worst nursing homes in the country. even the ones that violate basic protocols or other rules. the federal government continues to send their money. when will be get serious about how the elderly are treated? >> i think we should start getting serious righh now. nursing houses are not a place to warehouse people. people can still have independent lives. this woman had a precious life and any nurse in that situation has to try to save them. gerri: we pay $5.5 billion in those programs. i don't know a single person who is not outraged by this. >> they are supposed to submit their standards and they must not have people who will stand and will let people die. >> any defibrillators come and they need people to be
in this evening as interim president. osama bin laden's son-in-law was bin laden's spokesperson. he was caught in jordan eight days ago. he was brought to the u.s. those are your headlines. let's get you back down to tracy and ashley. ashley: thank you so much. there is a new sheriff in town. his name is scott pruitt. oklahoma attorney general is attacking some of the biggest issues in business. one of the first to challenge president obama's affordable care act. now he is arguing the constitutionality of dodd-frank reform. he is joining us now. thank you so much for joining us. why do you say that dodd-frank is unconstitutional? >> well, actually, there are multiple parts. there is a challenge to title i, title ii and title x. the states are only focused on title ii. title ii is that liquidation authority that is granted to the secretary. if they select a surgeon institution to liquidate, there is only a 24 hours notice for a federal judge to intervene and stop that. what is even more egregious is the states that have invested in some of those institutions do not ever received notice. it is a
, thanks. it's 11:00 on the east coast. osama bin laden pfrs spokesman and son-in-law in court blocks away from ground zero. how he was caught, how he'll by tried and what it does to al qaeda. join us tonight. >> also, tonight, the week's most unforgettable moments from jodi arias on the stand, to the rare jury questions to what happens next. >> we begin with breaking news. thehe the head of one of america's biggest airlines speaking out on thedition to allow knives on aircrafts. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back into the cabin. makes no sense. >> is it out of concern for the safety of flight attendsants and other personnel onboard the aircraft that is your primary concern here? >> well, as flight attendants, we'
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with each other, five sons, five daughters in law and 20 grandchildren -- >> isn't it tough when suddenly the secret service -- >> it is different, but riding on a rollercoaster. we were on a rollercoaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs but the ride ends and you get off and it is not like, can't we be on a rollercoaster the rest of our lives? no, the ride is over. >> chris: let me ask you about the months from november until now. were there tears? >> for me, yeah. i cried. when you pour that much of your life and energy and passion into something, and you are disappointed by the outcome it is bad. it is very hard. >> chris: governor, second-guessing? anger? depression? >> no. you look back at the campaign and say, okay. what did the president do well and you acknowledge his campaign did a number of things, very effectively and of course you rehearse all the mistakes you made and i went through a number of my mistakes and you think of the things out of our control but you move on. i mean, i don't spend my life looking back, it is like, okay, what will we do next. >> chris: we began
your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. >>> this sunday, the sequester happened. spending cuts now take affect across the board. what will the impact be as washington stumbles along to the next fiscal crisis? >> the president and congressional leaders meet, but no deal. >> none of this is necessary. it's happening because a choice that republicans in congress have made. >> should the president have done more? >> i am not a dictator. i'm the president. >> any chance that the gop will cave on more taxes? >> there's no one in this town who's tried harder to come to an agreement with the president to deal with our long-term spending. no one. >> this morning, my exclusive interview with speaker of the house john boehner. and the white house view from top economic adviser to the president, gene spurling, who found himself in the middle of a feud with bob woodward. >>> and later, insights and analysis from the roundtable. the politics of the budget showdown and some other debates this week. the future of the voting rights act and whether working
republican spending cuts into law. the team of clinton and gingrich in the 1990s did not kick the deficit can down the road, they kicked it out of the budget. they effectively eliminated the deficit, and had us on the way to actually building a budget surplus. a surplus that was going to be necessary to help financial future government spending, including two wars that no one knew were coming. that surplus was wiped out in the stroke of a pen when president bush signed his tax cuts into law. the tax cuts that have contributed mightily to our deficit and debts. tax cuts that were, of course, voted for by john boehner. joining me now are karen finney, former dnc communications director and ezra klein columnist for the washington post. both are msnbc analysts. it eliminates history that they lived themselves that some of them deserve credit for, which was what they actually did do in fighting deficits during the 1990s, that newt gingrich and president clinton both contributed a great deal to that effort. >> right, but that's not the strategy now. the strategy now seems to be driven far more by t
, but it seems it is the only kind of reduction that the president lives with because he has to. it is the law. rich: if the house passes this this week, it is up to the senate. there are some democrats in the senate who want to do that for some other government agencies. the general consensus is it will get done before march 27. back to you. lori: hank you for that, rich edson. melissa: charles payne coming up. whether we will go even higher or any lower. lori: you are seeing a little bit of strength in the metals market. we are back after this. ♪ dad, i'd put that down. ah. 4g, huh? verizon 4g lte. 700 megahertz spectrum, end-to-end, pure lte build. the most consistent speeds indoors or out. and, obviously, astonishing throhput. obviously... you know how fast our home wifi is? yeah. this is basically just asast. oh. and verizon's got more fast lte coverage than all other networks combined. it's better. yes. oh, why didn't you just say that? huh-- what is he doing? >> meet bill and melissa. like many, they built their financial house on stocks, bonds, and insurance... and then saw it blow a
business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. cheryl: bottom of the hour. that's every 15 minutes. the culprrt back on the floor of the stock exchange. 25,000 hits on the fox business network. i do not know how you do it. nicole: let's take a look at jcpenney. up 2.5%. laying off 1500 store level managers. of course we know that jcpenney has been under significant pressure. ron johnson came over from apple. he was hoping to turn around the company. they have been fighting with macy's. trying to get some martha stewart products in their. they continue to struggle. a big loser year to date. it is down almost 65%. jcpenney is obviously one that is under pressure. we will continue to follow it. thank you again for the recognition. i appreciate it. we work hard altogether. cheryl: congratulations. see you soon. dennis: everyone is in on it and hackers have attacked it. we are talking about the cyber threat to social media. how vulnerable are we? joining us now is jon iadonisi. it is not everyday that i interview a guy that can kill with his bare hands. first question
their dreams. go to today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. neil: a package full of pot. a mother bought a gift for her daughter, but then pot showed up at her house. via fedex, she is suing him for putting her family at risk. we reached out to fedex. they refuse to comment. >> not only does she have a case. but this woman is going to track this all the way to the bank. and they better get ready to ride route a big check because this is beyond gross negligence. they send this woman a packet containing 7 pounds of pot. is woman does the right thing and call the police. the police get involved. of course she is going to be be in fear for her life. there are going to be possible retaliations from drug dealers. she has every right to seek damages. neil: she had no idea what she was signing for it. >> but she signed for the package. it was not the intended recipient -- she was not the intended recipient. but she signed for it. she consented to the terms and policies that they may have. [talking over each ther] [talking over each other
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